Pharmaceutical Society of New Zealand
The Professional Voice of Pharmacy
Ko te reo karanga o te roopu Kaitiaki Rongoa

Pharmaceutical Society of New Zealand is a professional membership based association representing the pharmacy profession.

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CPLF meeting update

17 Nov 2017

Community Pharmacy Leaders Forum meeting update

The Community Pharmacy Leaders Forum (CPLF) met on Wednesday 1 November in Auckland at Green Cross Health Ltd. CPLF is chaired by the Guild’s President, with the Guild also taking responsibility for organising CPLF meetings.

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World Antibiotics awareness week

15 Nov 2017

World Antibiotic Awareness Week 2017 is from 13 to 19 November.

Antibiotics are a precious resource, so it is important to get the right advice before taking them. This not only ensures you and your family get the best treatment, but responsible use of antibiotics will also help reduce the threat of antibiotic resistance

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Selected Oral Contraceptives On Demand Training Course

In March 2017 the Medicines Classification Committee reclassified selected oral contraceptives allowing supply by pharmacists who have successfully completed the oral contraceptive training programme.

The reclassification enables registered pharmacists who have completed this training to supply the selected oral contraceptives (SOCs) under strict criteria.

Learn about clinical and practice aspects to the appropriate supply of the reclassified selected oral contraceptives in this course.

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Emergency Contraceptive Pill (ECP) Accreditation Training - On Demand

This training programme is designed to allow pharmacists to become accredited providers of the Emergency Contraceptive Pill (ECP). Only accredited pharmacists may sell the ECP.

This training session is being run as a distance on demand learning where participants will connect and listen in their own time using PSNZ My Learning.

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